Hot drinks on a chilly Earth Day

Lonnie Carter, center, read William Shakespeare’s “Sonnet 29” at an Earth Day celebration at Great Mountain Forest. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

FALLS VILLAGE — A sizable group, of about 40 people, came to Great Mountain Forest (GMF) headquarters in Falls Village on a chilly Saturday evening, April 21, for an Earth Day campfire and poetry reading event. Earth Day this year was April 22.

David Leff, a member of the GMF board, got the ball rolling with “Brook Foam,” written for GMF forest manager Jody Bronson.

Falls Village’s Lonnie Carter read Shakespeare’s Sonnet 29.

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